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The introduction of 20mph speed limits in Bristol have managed to save four lives and avoid eleven serious injuries, according to a new study.
Taxi and private hire vehicle licences are being granted to drivers with criminal convictions because there are no national minimum standards to enforce sufficient safety checks, campaigners say.
Council chiefs have welcomed the launch of a new national oversight body focused on identifying faulty products and protecting consumers.
A council is facing prosecution after a pupil at a local school was killed by a minibus on the school grounds.
The Government today announced a raft of new measures designed to crack down on the use of high-powered lasers.
The leader of Croydon Council has welcomed the official report on the tram crash in the borough last November and said its recommendations should be put in place as soon as possible.
Work related injuries and ill-health is costing the economy £14.9bn a year, according to the latest figures published by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
Cuts to mental health services are leaving carers vulnerable to violence from patients and are exacerbating the staff retention crisis, public sector union warns.
Local authorities have been warned they must not ‘contract out’ the safety of new public buildings in a new report from MSPs.
The majority of the public believes housing safety inspections should be in the hands of local councils, survey reveals.